I am an adjunct professor of theology for a pontifical seminary and various U.S. study-abroad programs in Rome, specializing in ecumenism, ecclesiology, and the Church of Rome.
I am also a doctoral candidate in Ecumenism and Dialogue at the Pontificia Universita San Tommaso d’Aquino in Urbe, more commonly known as the Angelicum.
In my spare time I serve on the board of directors for the University of Notre Dame Alumni Association, representing alumni and friends throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
I am grateful to be an alumnus the Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas, my home in Rome for four years. I spend my summers teaching intensive international programs there.
[This blog does not represent the Centro Pro Unione in Rome, though naturally i am a fan. I actually picked the name of the blog before moving to Rome and encountering the center.]